Always On: How the iPhone Unlocked the Anything-Anytime-Anywhere Future and Locked Us In


The Dream of the Perfect Thing

  • In 2007, the most expensive phone in the world promised to combine the functions of phone, an iPod, and an Internet communicator. The lack of a keyboard made it less than ideal for email. What catapulted the iPhone ahead was the killer app called The App Store. The slower connection and smaller screen cripples that act of search, which still has a way to go on bigger systems. This is one major area that Apple improved with native apps. Along with a customizable, intuitive interface, the iPhone is the first choice for consumers, professionals, teachers, students, doctors, and the US Army. The App Store was built on a foundation provided by iTunes, which convinced people to pay for something they could otherwise get illegally for free.
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